Man Films Self Sexing Dog: Here’s What NSPCA Is Offering To Nab Him

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One thing is sure, the wanted man whoever he is, has lost his mind many decades ago. For it is wholly despicable to have sex with a dog, and, excessively vile to make a video footage out of it.

Without any doubt, the man is big disadvantage to our communities. That’s precisely, why the National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) is offering a reward of R5,000 to anyone who can provide information that will aid his arrest.

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The offer which was made at NSPCA’s Facebook page read:

“The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) is offering a reward of R5000 for more information that leads to the arrest of a male person that had sexual intercourse with a dog.

The Nelspruit SPCA laid criminal charges for bestiality and animal cruelty following a video of bestiality that was circulated on Facebook by a Mr Sizwe-sethu Surprise Shongwe, who refused to provide the NSPCA with more information regarding the source of the video.

The NSPCA is desperately looking for more information in order to arrest the culprit and remove the dog that was a victim in this barbaric sexual crime. We are concerned that the suffering of this dog is ongoing.” 



If you have any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect, you can contact the NSPCA on 011 907 3590. The culprit has a birth mark or tattoo on his left upper arm as pictured below. 

Reward for dog rapist

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Confirming the incident, Lieutenant Mzwandile Nyambi, the spokesperson of Tonga police divulged that a case of bestiality has been opened and is being investigated.

Nyambi said: “we are looking for an unknown suspect who is facing a charge of bestiality. The suspect allegedly had sex with a dog.”

Adding that the quest to find the suspect follows the circulation of the video clip  on social media, Nyambi offered that SPCA officials came to Tonga police station to lodge a complaint.

He said anyone with information about the man can also contact Colonel Mahlahlana on 082 4646 602.